Mexican deputy calls for ‘proper consideration’ of peers

Bank of Mexico

Advanced economies should take "proper consideration" of their emerging market counterparts when implementing monetary policy, a Bank of Mexico deputy governor has said.

Speaking at the IIF Latin American Economic Forum, Javier Guzmán Calafell noted there is scope for better co-operation in the current economic environment, considering the "international repercussions" of some decisions.

"Some proposals that have been put forward recently to agree on mutually acceptable rules for responsible

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